Transform your work, transform your life – and visa versa. Discover how life can flow with more ease and more joy with a toolkit of human wisdom for rocking your existence.
From spreadsheets to culture curation, and all the leadership in between. Startup with clarity and develop authentic workplace cultures where consciousness is the bottom line.
From CEO Bootcamps to Creative Spas. Life awakening experiences offering an agnostic toolkit of human wisdom that allows you to connect to your truest self in your love, life, work and art.
Life is a big art project. As creative beings, humans need the tools to be warriors in making great art. What are you creating? What do you want to create?
My work is centered around an agnostic toolkit of human wisdom that allows people to connect to their truest selves. It is from that place that one can become a self leader in their life, work and relationships.
Shine on you crazy diamond,
ALLISON SCHULTZ, MA, knows that human capital is a company’s greatest resource, and she inspires others to tap their creativity, courage and inner resources and be leaders in their own life. She’s the co-founder, producer and facilitator of The CEO Bootcamps with Jerry Colonna. As an artist, creative strategist and mighty inspiration, Ali’s passionate about re-connecting people to their truest selves so they can make great art – which she believes is key to creating thriving workplaces from the inside out.
She works with entrepreneurs, leaders, and organizations that want to take work to the next level: to empower the creative spirit and the bottom line by cultivating an authentic relationship to life and work. She’s been known to work miracles and curate experiences that shake your soul awake.
To be fully human in a very digital age is the key to conscious startups. There is a better way to be at work in which we’re connected to our truest selves and really lit up with a sense of joy. I call it ‘business unusual,’ where our work flows with ease, not stress, in accordance with our inner wisdom. There’s an ache for this in the workplace today.